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Lateral

A transfer to another department or division without a promotion or increase in responsibility. A lateral may not come with a raise or bonus, and the term implies that it may not be desirable.
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This new zone, called zone Sud, was traced laterally over a distance of 150 m and yielded results that included4.
The swelling extended superiorly to the infraorbital region, inferiorly to the angle of the mouth, laterally to the malar bone, and medially to the ala of the left nostril, where it obliterated the left nasolabial fold.
Collectively, these structures are responsible for extending, laterally flexing, and rotating the vertebral column.
Abdominals: The four abdominal muscles (rectus abdominus, external oblique, internal oblique, and transeverse abdominus) serve to flex the thorax as well as rotate and laterally flex the vertebral column.
Generally, an operational error occurs when the distance separating aircraft is less than three miles laterally or 1,000 feet in altitude.
The drainage pattern, which occurs in more pronounced form among modern humans, consists of enlarged sinus grooves running laterally down the temporal bone, as well as marks made by a network of veins around the foramen magnum, the large opening in the skull through which the spinal cord passes.
On the C Block, the main result is the identification of gold-arsenic soil anomalies that define a laterally continuous zone at least 7 km long.
A disposable diaper comprising: a chassis comprising a front waist region including a front waist end edge, a longitudinally opposing back waist region including a back waist end edge, and a crotch region between the waist regions, -a longitudinal axis and a lateral axis, laterally opposing side edges defining its width, the longitudinally opposing front and back waist end edges defining its length; an absorbent assembly; an.
The mass abutted the tympanic membrane laterally and the promontory medially.
When the returner looks up and sees nothing but four huge opposing jerseys right in his face, his natural instinct - almost without fail - will be to turn and run back across the field laterally away from that pressure.
Although these blobs spread out laterally nearly as much as they travel outward, they can be treated mathematically in the same way as cannonballs fired from the Earth's surface.
These targets clearly display the potential to be laterally continuous for several kilometres and represent under-explored areas.